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Mr. Deane's narrative.--Mr. Deane's memorial [to Congress, dated Aug. 16, 1779]--Proposed report on Mr. Deane's memorial.--Amemdment to a motion respecting Mr. Deane.--Charges against Mr. Silas Deane, Mr. Franklin, and Mr. Adams.--Proceedings of Congress with reference to the detention of Mr. Deane, and the recall of Mr. Lee.--Appendix of documents referred to in support of the narrative.--Examination of Mr. Carmichael before congress [Sept.--Oct. 1778]--Mr. Lee's narrative [dated Paris, Feb. 10. 1779]--Appindix of documents refered to in support of Mr. Lee's letter
Evidence reported by scanner-ian-white for item papersinrelation00ingrrich on October 18, 2006: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1855.